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Thrilla in Manila

The city's first Filipino fusion restaurant - popular and sensual jungle experience.

Thrilla in Manila

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The city's first Filipino fusion restaurant - popular and sensual jungle experience.

An authentic mix

Visit the city's first Filipino fusion cuisine. Here is a well-balanced mix of culinary taste constellations, hints from both China and America to the share-friendly dishes of Spanish cuisine.

The menu tempts with wonderful bao's and well-seasoned meat dishes with i.a. soy, chili, coconut or ginger. In addition, crunchy, crisp spring rolls, dumplings, fresh greens, ceviche and BBQ are on the menu, and the dishes are served in everything from bamboo wicker to wooden bowls and classic pottery.

 

A passionate and family run business

Behind the homemade dishes stands a family with a penchant for the Philippines and the country's abundance of sensuous goods. In the kitchen, Alfie merges between traditional, Filipino dishes and the West's innovative view of culinary art. An approach that has impressed Danes who can both enjoy Alfie's dishes in the restaurant or as street food at Reffen's dining hall, Werkstatt.

 

The exotic restaurant experience

As I said, you do not have to go all the way to the capital, Manila, to get a bite of the authentic cuisine. If you visit Thrilla in Manila, you will be taken on a sensual journey to exotic Asia, just on Amagerbro. Step into the jungle - the restaurant has a choice of plants, and has, among other things, used bamboo tubes and warm colors to capture the natural, Filipino spirit.

The setting is welcoming, the staff hospitable and the food tasty - welcome!